[URGENT] Statistical Calculator
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    [URGENT] Statistical Calculator

    I really need help on this for my exercise, I do not wish to see any losses mark. I beg someone could help me to solve this. By the way, i am just a college student. Maybe this sounds easy to me but I'm just a beginner. I need a simple C++ program. HELP PLEASE.

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    Statistical Calculator
    Write a program to read in a sequence of examination mark from a text file named as input.txt and produce the mean, and standard deviation of the marks. Your program should also produce a bar chart for each grade where the range of mark is given as below.

    Grade Marks Range
    A 80-100
    B 70-79.9
    C 50-69.9
    D 40-49.9
    F 0-39.9

    Output the result to another text file named as output.txt.

    There is not limitation for the interface or menu design. Be innovative and creative!!

    THANK YOU!
    not-a-native-english-speaker

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    Re: [URGENT] Statistical Calculator

    Um...no. You have to make an effort yourself.

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    Re: [URGENT] Statistical Calculator

    Just to clarify what GCDEF already wrote:
    Can you help me with my homework assignment?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: [URGENT] Statistical Calculator

    I'm sorry for making troubles here. I've solved it. Thank You

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